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A. Vaisman and E. Zimányi. Data Warehouses: Next Challenges. In M.-A. Aufaure and E. Zimányi, editors, Proceedings of the 1st European Business Intelligence Summer School, eBISS 2011, number 96 in Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, pages 1-26, Paris, France, January 2012. Springer-Verlag.

Abstract

Data Warehouses are a fundamental component of today's Business Intelligence infrastructure. They allow to consolidate heterogeneous data from distributed data stores and transform it into strategic indicators for decision making. In this tutorial we give an overview of current state of the art and point out to next challenges in the area. In particular, this includes to cope with more complex data, both in structure and semantics, and keeping up with the demands of new application domains such as Web, financial, manufacturing, genomic, biological, life science, multimedia, spatial, and spatiotemporal applications. We review consolidated research in spatio-temporal databases, and open research fields, like real-time Business Intelligence and Semantic Web Data Warehousing and OLAP.


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